Mike Nebeker recruited me to work for him selling insurance in 2006 and I quit
after trusting him but seeing him forge many many documents on the window of his
office. He even taught others it was ok. He would do anything to make money,
and lied to everyone that worked for him and those he sold insurance too. He
didn't see any harm in it to the many families he hurt. I'm Utah and
Colorado finally caught him and did something to stop him.
The sad part is that, with Utah justice in St. George, the judge will call him
"a good family man that made a mistake". A small fine and probation. If
Utah seriously wants to curb white collar crime and affinity fraud, we're
going to have to enact stiff sentences, no matter what church they belong to.
This guy did the same thing in Colorado 3 years ago. From another article at
that time;"Nebeker is accused of obtaining personal information for
most of the fraudulent policies through his involvement with the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints in Loveland, court documents show."87 policies. Does anyone check backgrounds or is church affiliation the only